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There has long been talk of the need to more densely populate Australia's north, and Lake Argyle, on the border of Western Australia and the Northern Territory, has been earmarked as the ideal location.
Campbell Newman is confident he's winning his war on bikies and criminals with the latest statistics showing a decrease in offenses across Queensland UNITED Motorcycle Council Queensland claims it has cost up to $1 million so far to get its case against the state's anti-bikie laws to the High Court.
Shocking figures reveal Australia is a binge-drinking nation with more than 700,000 consuming excessive amounts of alcohol at least once a week.
Pressed against the window of a helicopter the former Japanese prime minister was faced with the decision on whether to evacuate Tokyo as the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster took hold on March 11, 2011.
Invited to deliver the graduation speech at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, I was floored by the number of Chinese students in the graduating class.
In the K&L Gates' Global Government Solutions 2014 Annual Outlook , we reported on a case filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California raising questions about whether inter-agency consultations required by U.S. law are implicated when the United States provides funding for extraterritorial energy projects.
A MAN accused of murdering his partner, whose body was discovered after a five-hour stand-off with police, waited up to three days before calling authorities, a court has heard.
Number one corporate welfare initiative of the week is indubitably the proposal to build a gas pipeline from west to east.
Google is working to develop its own drone delivery program, called Project Wing.
THE owners of death row dog Hugo have been thrown a lifeline - but it's triggered a stoush between two Queensland councils.
The wardrobe department for the short film Departure Lounge has been working night and day to add Indian authenticity to the north-Queensland made musical comedy.
"It's the idea that is the hardest, as you have to make it simple, yet you need to get your point across."
An East Devon company is about to make a big impact on the world stage as it launches into the Australian and New Zealand markets for the first time.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 02:04 am
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